As more big-box retailers offer Black Friday bargains a day early, many Americans fear the Thanksgiving holiday is being co-opted and commercialized.
Named for a scholar, scientist and Franciscan friar, Roger Bacon Academy acted less like its noble namesake and more like North Carolina's own charter-school Chicken Little.
File today's editorial under the category of “wouldn't it be nice if…?”
Boston Marathon spectators didn't have to call their nearest and dearest or send a mass text message when two bombs exploded near the finish line in 2013. Facebook and Twitter allowed survivors to reassure frightened families with a few taps and...
It's been a long time since federal recognition for the 58,000 Lumbee Indians who are mostly huddled in or around Robeson County has seemed so far out of reach.
Sen.-elect Tom McInnis thinks private-sector solutions can improve North Carolina's bloated educational bureaucracy. He may just be right.
You're probably familiar with the notion that some courses in schools are considered an “easy A.” Students believe they won't have to put much work into that particular class because the workload is considered...